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MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1992 BRIEFLY Sports THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR- COMPILED BY DAVID BENNER GOLF Faxon wins International Brad Faxon was the first on the course and the first to realize how difficult it would be waiting out his cliff-hanging victory Sunday in the International tournament at Castle Rock. Colo. "Boy, that's the worst part of going off first, having to sit there and watch it," Faxon said after watching several challengers miss chances to catch up over the closing holes. Faxon gave them that opportunity after missing a 3-foot par on the par-5 17th hole which would have given him some breathing room. "I was gagging," Faxon said. As it turned out, breathing room wasn't needed and Faxon scored a two-point triumph in the tournament in which medal scores do not count. Faxon acquired 14 points under the modified Stableford scoring system that awards points for a player's score on each hole: 5 for eagle, 2 for birdie, 0 for par. minus 1 for bogey and minus 3 for double bogey or higher. Faxon, 31. collected $216,000 for his second victory of the year and fourth of his career. He pushed his season's earnings to $739,093 and ir ) Faxon went over $2 million for his nine-season career. Lee Janzen, a winner In Tucson this year, was second with 12 points. D.A. Weibring and Australian Steve Elkingtdn were next at 10. John Daly followed with 9 points. Notes: Tschetter wins Kris Tschetter's eagle on the 12th hole boosted her dwindling lead at the LPGA Northgate Classic at Brooklyn Park, Minn., and lifted her to her first victory in five seasons on tour. Tschetter, 27, had a 1-over 73 for a 54-hole total of 211. three shots ahead of Deb Richard at 214. Jeff Kweder shot a 2-under-par 68 to grab a share of first place after two rounds of the 54-hole Indianapolis Amateur Championship at South Grove Golf Course. Kweder's 36-hole total of 142 was matched by Chuck Wenning and Chris Frank, both of whom shot 69s. The final round Is scheduled Saturday at Hanging Tree Golf Club in West-field beginning at noon. Mike Joyce shot a 64 In the final round of the GTE Northwest Classic at Kenmore, Wash., coming from five strokes back for his first victory on the Senior PGA Tour. Joyce, a club pro from Long Island, N.Y., had a bogey-free round. Mike Hill, the defending champion who held a one-stroke lead through 36 holes, finished second. BASEBALL McGwire goes on disabled list Mark McGwire, whose 38 homers leads the majors, Sunday became the latest member of the Oakland Athletics to be placed on the disabled list. McGwire was put on the 15-day DL. retroactive to Saturday, with a strained right rib cage. The A's first baseman suffered the injury Friday night diving for a first-inning grounder in a game against the Baltimore Orioles. McGwire, who had played in 120 of Oakland's 121 games before the Injury, becomes the 15th SCOREBOARD For scores call 633-1200, from 4:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. PRO GOLF PGA TOUR THE INTERNATIONAL At Castle Rock, Colt. Final Round 7,SS Yardv Par 71 (Using a modified Stibltford storing systom (I points tor double eagle, S points for eagle, 1 for birdio, I tor par, minus-l for bogey and mlnin-3 tor doublo bogey or worso): Brad Faxon, $216,000 14 Leo Janien, !,600 12 Steve Elkinjlon, Se9,600 10 D.A. Weibring, $69,600 10 John Daly, $48,000 Greg Norman, $40,200 I Steve Pate, $40,200 I Bruce Lietike, $40,200 I Keith Clearwater, $34,000 7 Tom Watson, $32,400 Joey Sindelar, $30,000 5 Craig Stadler, $27,600 J Greg Whisman, $25,200 2 Dan Halldorson, $20,400 1 Andrew Magee, $20,400 1 John Inman, $20,400 I Bob Gilder, $20,400 1 Phil Mickelson, $20,400 1 Mike Reid, 516,800 0 Tony Johnstone, 115,600 -I Dan Pohl, $13,920 -1 Kirk Triplet!, $13,920 -2 Chip Beck, $12,480 -3 Billy Andrade, $11,520 -4 LPGA NORTHGATE COMPUTER CLASSIC At Brooklyn Park, Minn. Final Round 4,153 Yardv Par 7 Kris Tschetter, $63,750 699-73-211 Deb Richard, $39,564 .. 69-70-75-214 Betsy King, $25,663 69-76-71-J16 Judy Dickinson, $25,663 67-76-73-216 Helen Alfredsson, $14,221 69-77-71-217 Dnielle Ammccopane, $14,221 69-73-75- 217 Dottie Mochrio, $14,221 61-74-75-217 Laura Baugh, $14,221 71-70-76- 217 Cindy Rarlck, $9,516 74-71-73-218 Jul! Inkster, $9,516 71-73-74-218 Kathy Postlewolt, $6,878 75-75-69 JI9 Barb Mucha, $6,878 67-80-72-219 Dana Lofland, $6,878 72-74-73- 219 Cindy Schreyer, $6,878 70-75-74-219 Nancy Lopez, $6,878 67-77-75- 219 Kelly Robbins, $6,878 72-70-77-219 Loretta Aldereto, $4,570 72-78-70-220 Peggy Kirsch, $4,570 72-76-72-220 Anne Marie Palli, $4,570 72-74-74-220 K. Peterson-Porker, $4,570 ...71-75-74-220 Barb Thomas, $4,570 74-71-75-220 Chris Johnson, $4,570 71-74-75-220 Missle McGeorge, $4,570 7676- 220 Vlcki Fergon, $4,570 74-70-76- 220 Beth Daniel, $4,570 73-71-76- 220 Meg Mallon, $4,570 70-73-77- 220 Amy Bern, $4,570 73-69-78- 220 Sally Little, $3,382 70-80-71-221 Michelle Mockall, $3,382 75-73-73- 221 Mlchele Redman, $3,382 72-75-74- 221 Cathy Marino, $3,382 71-73-77- 221 Pamela Wright, $3,382 69-75-77-221 Stephanie Farwig, $2,662 74-76-72-222 Dale Eggeling, $2,662 74-74-74-222 Angie Ridgeway, $2,662 73-75-74- 222 Myra Blackwelder, $2,662 71-77-74-222 Jill Briles-Hlnton, $2,662 73-74-75- 222 Terry-Jo Myers, $2,662 73-73-76-222 Janet Anderson, $2,662 73-73-76- 222 Michelle Estill, $2,662 73-70-79- 222 Susie Bernlng, $1,881 73-77-73-223 Kim Williams, $1,881 73-76-74- 223 L. R inker-Graham, $1,881 73-76-74-223 Margaret Piatt, $1,881 76-70-77- 223 Marianne Morris, $1,881 75-71-77-223 Melissa McNamara, $1,881 ...72-73-78-223 Deedee Lasker, $1,881 72-72-79-223 Donna Andrews, $1,881 71-73-79-223 Lorl West, $1,318 74-75-75-224 Cindy Mackey, $1,318 72-77-75- 224 Mary Beth Zmmrman, $1,318 77-71-76-224 Nina Foust, $1,318 76-72-76-224 Jody Anschuti $1,318 74-72-78- 224 Sarah McGuIro, $1,318 72-72-80-224 Tracy Kordyk, $994 77-73-75- 225 Jane Geddes, $994 71-77-77 -225 Laurie Brower, $994 78-48-79-225 Marta Flgueras-Dottl, $994 ...72-74-79-225 Sua Thomas, $714 73-77-76- 226 Kate Hughes, $714 75-74-77-226 HolllS Stacy, $714 74-75-77- 226 Pattl Berendt, $714 WS-n-ni Carolyn Hill, $714 Kim Shlpman, $714 72-74-80-226 Ellie Gibson, $714 Penny Pull, $587 ll-Wt-W Kris Monaghan, $587 74-71-82-227 Kay Cockerlll, $503 77-73-78- 22J Michelle McGonn, $503 74-76-71-228 Lisa Klggens, $503 74-76-78-228 Jane Craftor, $503 73-77-78- 228 Jenny Lidback, $503 77-72-79- 221 Lenore M. Rlttenhouso, $503 76-70-82- 221 Caroline Koggl, $443 WHO-m Tina Barrett, $443 77-l3-22f Donna Wllklns, $420 "-M--S Cathy Reynolds, $420 n-7-n-m Maggie Will, $420 72-74-84- 230 Janice Gibson, $402 76-74-81-231 Karen Davies, $393 73-74-86-233 SENIORS TOUR GTI NORTHWEST CLASSIC At Kenmoro, Wish. Final Round 4,440 Yards, Par 72 Mlko Joyce, $67,500 70-70-64-204 Mike Hill, $39,600 69-66-71-206 Rocky Thompson, $32,400 68-719-208 Jim Dent, $19,440 75-48-66-209 Chi Chi Rodrlguei, $19,440 ...72-69-61-209 Al Gelbargor, $19,440 69-70-70- 201 TANK McNAMARA Orvllle Moody, $19,440 71-61-70-209 Lorry Laorettl, $19,440 67-69-73-209 Don Bles, $10,800 68-73-69-210 Bruce Crampton, $10,800 66-75-49-210 Miller Barber, $10,800 67-73-70-210 George Archer, $10,800 7347-70-210 Gene Littler, $10,800 71-69-70-210 Butch Baird, $7,650 69-72-70-211 Bill Kennedy, $7,650 70-70-71-211 Dave Stockton, $7,650 7048-73-21! Arnold Palmer, $7,650 67-71-73-21) Kermit Zarley, $7,650 7046-75-211 Frank Beard, $6,345 71-7348-212 Ray Beallo, $4,911 74-7148-213 Charles Coody, $4,911 71-72-70-213 Robert Gaona, $4,911 71-72-70-213 Bert Yancey, $4,911 69-73-71-213 Jack Kieter, $4,911 72-71-70-213 Don January, $4,911 7447-72-213 John Joseph, $4,911 68-72-73-213 J.C. Snead, $4,911 .69-70-74-213 Jim Albus, $3,488 71-72-71-214 Rolf Doming, $3,488 71-72-71-214 Simon Hobday, $3,488 69-73-72- 214 Dick Hendrickson, $3,488 69-72-73-214 Ken Still, $3,488 672-74-214 Dick GoetJ, S3, 488 69-70-75-214 Ben Smith, $2,835 74-71-70-215 Tom Shaw, $2,835 71-72-72-215 Doug Daliiel, $2,135 70-70-75-215 Al Kelley, $2,565 72-71-73-216 John Paul Cain, $2,340 72-72-73-217 Terry Dill, $2,340 70-73-74- 217 Jim O'Hern, $2,340 73-71-73- 217 Bruce Devlin, $2,340 69-73-75-217 Walter Zembrlskl, $1,980 74-74-70-218 George Johnson, $1,980 72-74-72- 218 Rives Mcbee, $1,980 73-72-73- 218 John Brodle, $1,910 73-71-74- 218 Harlan Stevenson, $1,665 74-75-70-219 Bob Reith, $1,665 71-75-73-219 Mike Fetchlck, $1,665 71-73-75-219 Art Proctor, $1,440 75-74-71-220 Charlie Sifford, $1,440 71-76-73-220 Dick Rhyan, $1,125 75-74-72-221 Gary Cowan, $1,125 70-77-74-221 J.C. Goosie, $1,125 69-71-74-221 Snell Lancaster, $1,125 75-72-74-221 Bob Erickson, $1,125 75-71-75-221 Bob Menne, $1,125 73-71-77-221 Billy Maxwell, $178 75-73-74-222 Waller Morjan, $871 73-74-75-222 Bob Brue, $871 76-71-75-222 Jerry Barber, $878 7349-80-222 Bob Goalby, $675 78-74-71-223 Jim Stefanlch, $675 76-75-72-223 Billy Derlckson, $675 81-70-72- 223 Bill McDonough, $675 72-76-75-223 Bob Wynn, $675 76-73-74-223 Bob Rawlins, $540 77-77-70-224 Gordon Jones, $495 74-72-79- 225 Howie Johnson, $450 77-74-75- 226 Art Wall, $423 7677-75- 221 Skip Whlttet, $356 77-79-74-230 R.H. Slkes, $356 78-75-77-230 Doug Ford, $356 79-73-78-230 Douglas MacDonald, $356 75-75-80-230 Labron Harris, $297 78-73-81-232 Steve Reld, $279 764041-237 R.Stuort Chancellor, $261 79-8141-241 Steve Spray, $243 86-7940-245 HOGAN TOUR TULSA OPEN At Tulsa, Okla. Final Round 7,14 Yards, Par 71 (x-won on second playoff hole) x-Steve Lowery, $30,000 70-70-73-213 Jeff Coston, $17,250 69-74-70-213 Dave Mlley, $10,875 7548-71-214 Paul Goydos, $10,875 69-70-75-214 Lee Porter, $6,375 '"'''-'!' Andy Dlllord, $6,375 72-71-72- 215 Jeff McMllllan, $3,850 72-73-71-216 Ted Tryba, $3,850 73-72-7 - 2 6 Jeff Woodland, $3,850 70-72-74- 216 Joel Edwards, $2,850 74-72-71-217 Webb Helntielman, $2,850 ....68-78-71-217 Tommy Moore, $2,325 'll'l ! Don Reese, $2,325 J ""-J Bruce Vouohan, $2,325 71-74-73-218 John Flannery, $2,325 ''-J4-""'!! Dennis Trlxler, $1,763 "2 ! Jon Christian, $1,763 J-'-!'"' ! Dave Sutherland, $1,763 71-75-73- 219 Trevor Dodds, $1,763 75-71-73- 219 Brian Honnlnoer, $1,763 """'"i!! Rob Boldt, $1,763 IVlUi'l l Tom Garner, $1,763 7 -73-75-2 9 Perry Moss, $1,763 ''-"'J-Ji! Brian Watts, $1,296 llrWl Russell Bolersdorf, $1,296 Ricky Smollrldge, $1,296 -MM- JEFF GALLAGHER, $1,294 ..;- Stove Rlntoul, $1,296 Itli' Jaime Gomel, $1,296 I- "-S5 Tony Grimes, $1,296 J2-"-"S? Deane Poppas, $1,155 'S-'tK2 Steve Ford, $1,155 '"J-"-" Jeff Thomson, $1,005 '"J"!!-" Len Mattloce, $1,005 'J-"-"- Chris Cookson, $1,005 "'"'-JS Bill Porter, $1,005 Todd Sotterfleld, $1,005 '"f'J-JH Tim Straub, $1,005 ""-J" Taylor Smith, $1,005 7 -73-71-221 Sean Murphy, $1,005 J"2!;-22 Ron Terry, $125 "-"-"-S3 Greg Bruckner, $125 HI?,-"- John Dowdell, $125 "-"-"-JS Bob May, $125 72- 5-76-223 Grog Towne, $125 73-73-77-223 Robert Thompson, $125 J,""" Andrew Morse, $125 'J-'f"" Jeff Hart, $825 ItlHl' Peter Jordan, $825 MM-?, Tommy Tollos, $721 H-2t822i Ron Streck, $721 'HLE Eric HOOS, $728 "-'S"22i R.W. Eak$,$721 Bill Murchlson, S6U 'I-""-" Alan Schulte, $683 "-'H-??? Steve Hasklni, $660 72-75-79-216 Tim Fleming, $638 Jerry Haas, $638 72-7243- 227 Don Walsworth, $615 69-7940-221 JORDAN TOUR T.C JORDAN TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP At Cary, N.C Final Round 6,784 Yardv Par 71 CRAIG BOWDEN 68-7C4948-17S Marion Dantilor 7148-7147-278 Chris Berens 70-754647-278 Mike Brisky 72-704949-210 Franklin Langham 69-754947-210 John McGinnes 74-7046-71-211 Dave Stockton Jr 70-70-7448-282 Steve Pope 704949-74-282 David Wall 7348-71-70-282 Eric Johnson 7207047-73-282 Gibby Gilbert III 7347-7349-282 Roy Hunter 74-70-7048-282 Joel King 71-71-7149-282 Joe Durant 70-71-71-71-213 Jim Furyk 70-71-70-72-283 Bill McDonald 7149-70-74-284 Jimmy Johnston 70-70-70-74- 284 Jeffrey Bellnap 74-7147-72-285 John McCullough 71-71-71-72-285 RobMcKolvey 74-70-70-71-285 Duke Donahue 74-70-7546-215 Mark Davis 72-70-73-70285 Greg Parker 70-71-72-71-28S Todd Mudge 72-73-7249-286 Tee Davies 71-73-72-70- 286 MarkLeetiow 73-72-7349-287 Charles Rymer 69-73-72-73-217 Sean Noonan 7349-72-73-287 Chris Williams 7149-74-74-288 BradMcMakln 69-75-72-72 288 Ralph Howe 7149-75-73-28I Craig Llndsey 70-74-7 1-74-289 Deron Jennings 73-72-70-74-289 Mitch Perry 69-74-76-70-289 Shaun Mlcheel 73-73-71-72- 289 Joe McCormick 74-70-72-73-289 Joey Bell 7149-77-71-289 Tee Burton 7049-75-75- 289 Rick Woodson 72-70-72-75-289 Jovier Sanchei 72-71-75-71-290 Wayne Woolfall 70-72-75-74291 Jerry Kelly 70-7674-71-291 Steve Thomas 74-71-74-73-291 Eric Manning 69-7675-71-292 Rob Strano 73-72-74-74- 293 Jeff Jonas 72-72-74-75- 293 Raymond Frani 72-71-78-73-294 Jason Brown 72-74-7673-295 Joe Shahady 75-71-73-76-295 Tommy Padgett 70-74-77-74-295 David VanLooion 69-77-7676-296 John Flnster 72-74-7676-296 PaulSankey 71-767678-297 George Mack 72-767677-297 Bo Beard 7672-7677-297 Jody Bellflower 72-767340-299 Matt Julander 76714675-304 EUROPEAN TOUR GERMAN OPEN At Ouossoldorf, Germany Final Round 6,710 Yardv Par 71 Vllay Singh, Fill, $179,000 .66484444-262 J. Manuel Corrlles, Spain 69494748-273 Wayne Grady, Australia .,70-714449-174 Ian Woosnam, Wales 6745-73-70-175 M. Mackemle, England ...684949-70-276 Frank Nobllo, N. Zealand 65-71-7149- 276 A. Sherborne, England ....71484949-277 J. Hawksworth, England 6649-71-721-278 Marc Farry, Franco 6949-7149-178 Edurdo Romero, Argntna 684671-71-278 Peter O'Malley, Australia 684149-73-278 Ross McFarlane, England 72467249-279 Gavin Levenson, S.Africa 684671-74-279 James Spence, England ...69-7049-71-279 David Gilford, England ...714849-71-279 Barry Lane, England 6670-7671-279 Carl Mason, England 724649-72-279 Gorg J. Turner, N. Zealnd 7046-7670-2M Jose Rivero, Spain 744848-70-210 M. Angel Jmnei, Spain ....71-72-65-72-280 Also Don Pooley 69-71-72-70- 282 Glen Day 6848-72-75-283 Mark Brooks 69-72-72-71-284 TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Recalled Richie Lewis, pitcher, from Rochester of the International League. Placed Joe Or-sulak, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Aug. 15. Purchased the contract of Anthony Telford, pitcher, from Rochester. Sent Lewis to Rochester. CALIFORNIA ANGELS-Assigned Dana Ridenour, pitcher, to Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League. NEW YORK YANKEES Traded Tim Leary, pitcher, and cash to the Seattle Mariners for Sean Twltty, outfielder. Assigned Twitty to Fort Lauderdale of the Florida State League. Placed Tim Burke, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list and Shawn Hillogav pitcher, on Irrevocable waivers. Recalled Russ Springer and Jerry Nielsen, pitcherv from Columbus of the International League. Purchased the contract of Bob Wickman, pitcher, from Columbus. OAKLAND ATHLETICS Placed Mark McGwire, first baseman, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Aug. 11. Recalled Todd Revenig, pitcher, from Huntsvllle of the Southern League. SEATTLE MARINERS Activated Kevin Mitchell, outfielder, from the disabled list. Placed Erik Hanson, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list. Optioned Shane Turner, outfielder, to Calgary of the Pacific Coast League. National League MONTREAL EXPOS-Traded Dana Ridenour, pitcher, to the California Angels tor future considerations. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Placed Wes Chamberlain, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Aug. 19. Recalled Tom Marsh, outfielder, from Scranton-Wilkes-Barre of the International League. SAN DIEGO PADRES-Actlvated Greg Harris, pitcher, from the disabled list. Optioned Frank Semlnara, pitcher, to Las Vegas of the Pacific Coast League. FOOTBALL National Football League DALLAS COWBOYS-Slgned Tony Tol-bert, defensive end, to three-year contract. MIAMI DOLPHINS-Slgned Chris Ores-sol, tight end. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS-Slgned Gene Atkins and Brett Maxla, safeties, to two-year contracts. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS-Walved Scott Asman, tight end; Kevin Evanv wide receiver; Dale Hatcher, punter; Oarlan Hasan, safety; John Robert Holland, defensive back, and Robbie Keen, punter-kicker. HOCKEY National Hockey League ST. LOUIS BLUES-Signed Vitoly Prok-horov, led wing. COLLEGE LSU-Signed Sue Guntor, women's basketball coach, to a three-year contract. MICHIGAN TECH-Announced that Newell Brown, hockey coach, has resigned to accept the same position with the Adirondack Red Wings ot the American Hockey League. NEWBERRY Named Marvin McGhet defensive coordinator and linebackers coach; Brian Allison defensive line coach; Mike Banther offensive line coach and equipment coordinator, and Robin Bradley women's volleyball coach. PRO TENNIS AMATEUR GOLF IGA INDIANAPOLIS AMATEUR AT SOUTH GROVE GC Second round - par 71 Top 38 and ties Jeff Kweder 7441-142 Chuck Wenning 7349-142 Chris Frank 7349-141 Dan Henton 70-73-143 Jim Ehlebracht 71-72-143 Jerry Capllnger 7670-144 Tom Kllnge 73-71-144 Jeff Todd 71-73-144 Bob Tonasovlch 7671-145 Cliff Harris 72-73-145 Sieve Spauldlng 7670-146 Greg East 7672-146 Frank Katslnls 72-74-146 Gary Hendrickson 75-72-147 Thomas Truxton 74-73-147 Bryan Hendricks 71-76-147 Francois Hurtublse 71-76-147 Jeff Flscus 1147-141 Ross Saulmon 77-71-141 Roger Oliver 7672-141 Stephen Bower 75-73-141 Bill Voor 7674-148 Michael O'Brien 71-76-148 Gus Splcuna 77-72-149 Larry Nlcolet 77-72-149 David Crumbacher 75-74-149 Steve Sanner 75-74149 Gary Chapman 75-74-149 Kyle Marsh 75-74-149 Jimmy Wayne 7675-149 MlkeMaloy 73-76-149 Bob Percltleld 73-76-149 VOLVO INTERNATIONAL At New Haven, Conn, Singles Semifinals Stefan Edberg (I), Sweden, def. Ivan Lendl (SI, Greenwich, Conn., 74 (7-2) 44, 6-3; MallVal Washington (I), Swarti Creek, Mich., def. Fabric! Santoro, France, 63, 61. Doubles Semifinals Patrick McEnroe, Oyster Bay, N Y. and Jarod Palmer (I), Saddlebrook, Fla., def. Stefan Edberg, Sweden, and John McEnroe, New York, 63, 61. Kelly Jonev San Diego, and Rick Leach (II, Laguna Beach, Calif., def. Steve DeVrles, Sulsun, Calif., and David Mac-Pherson (4), Australia, 62, 64. CANADIAN OPEN At Montreal Singles Championship Arantxa Sanchei Vlcarlo (II, Spain, def. Monica Soles (1), Yugoslavia, 64, 3-6,6-4. U.I. HARDCOURTS At Indianapolis Sports Center Singles Championship Pete Sampras (21, Bradonton, Fla., def. Jim Courier (II, Dade City, Fla., 64, 64. Doubles Championship Jim Grabb, Tampa, Fla., and Rlchey Reneberg, Houston (1), def. Grant Con-nell and Glenn Mlchibata, Canada, 74 (7-1), 62. AMATEUR BOWLING IABA At 421 Bowl Doubles Tournament 1, Phil Shepherd-Bill Shepherd $600; 2, Bernle Judy-Frank Keen $300; 3, Lauren Rude-Ed Crowley $175; 4, Jomes Wright-James Cheotham $125; 5, Stephanie Oo-ten-Russ Johnson $100. By Jeff Millar and Bill Hinds wen,- it i$ fixii? FORGET. !jppP plp member of the A's to be placed on the DL this season. Little League series starts tonight At least three things will be different about the 1992 Little League World Series at Wllliamsport, Pa.: a longer format, night games and no Taiwan. Under the new Little League format, each team will play three games In a round-robin format. The top two teams in each of the U.S. and international brackets move to the semifinals. The championship will be decided Saturday. In each of the first 45 World Series, once a team lost, it was eliminated from championship contention. Long Beach, Calif., will play South Holland. 111., in today's first game before South Lake Charles. La., plays Nottingham. N.J., In the first night game in Little League World Series history. AUTO RACING Nemechek holds off Earnhardt Joe Nemechek held off a charging Dale Earnhardt by a half car-length to capture Sunday's Busch Grand National New England Chevy Dealers 250 at New Hampshire International Speedway. Nemechek, the Grand National points leader, overcame a sparkplug problem during the pace laps and a hard bump by Earnhardt on Lap 247 to win the second race of his career. Todd Bodine, second in the Grand National points race, finished third in his Chevrolet, and Jeff Gordon of Pittsboro. Ind.. came In fourth In a Ford. Drinan critical but stable Indianapolis' Dan Drinan, who crashed during a USAC dirt car race, was in critical but stable condition Sunday at St. John's Hospital in Springfield. 111. D-5 The 32-year-old Drinan suffered a head injury" and multiple fractures Saturday when crashing in the Rex Easton Memorial at the Illinois State Fair. St. John's Hospital spokeswoman Aggie Hayner said. Drinan was conscious and aware of his surroundings late Sunday, said USAC spokesman Dick Jordan. HYDROPLANE RACING Hanauer, Miss Bud win series : The Miss Budweiser and driver Chip Hanauer captured their second consecutive series championship after winning the Kansas City Hydrofest Sunday. The Miss Budweiser finished the championship heat at Smlthvllle Lake with an average speed of 139.667 mph. Its sixth triumph of the hydroplane season. With the victory, the Miss Budweiser scored enough points to win Its 13th national championship for owner Bernie Little. It was the sixth national championship for Hanauer. who returned to unlimited hydroplane racing this season after spending last year racing cars. TENNIS Sanchez Vicario upsets Seles Spain's Arantxa Sanchez Vicario fought off the memories of 10 consecutive losses to Monica Seles Sunday, upsetting the world No. 1 in the championship of the Matinee International Canadian Open tennis tournament at Montreal. Sanchez Vlcarlo, ranked No. 5 in the world and the second seed, turned In a dogged performance on a hot, windy day on the hardcourts at Jarry! Stadium to win 6-4, 3-6, 6-4. Seles lost a final for the third tournament In a row the first time she's done that In more than two years. Glidden claims pro stock victory ASSOCIATED PRESS Brainerd, Minn. Joe Amato. Cruz Pedregon and Whlteland, Ind., resident Bob Glidden posted victories Sunday at the NHRA Champion Auto Stores Nationals at Brainerd In ternational Raceway. The $834,500 event was the 13th stop In the 18-race. $18 million NHRA Winston Drag Kacmg berles. Glidden, 48, claimed his 81st win when he drove the Motor- craft Ford Probe to the Pro Stock title. Glidden used a time of 7.272 seconds at 187.42 mph to win. "I'm elated with this win," Glidden said. "When you are used to winning and haven't won in a long time, it feels great to finally make it back." Fittipaldi if Continued from Page 1 Tracy, who survived a horrendous crash Saturday, suffered a brake problem and fell out of contention, spinning twice. Surrendering the lead only during his two pit stops, Fittipaldi was rarely challenged. The race did get exciting, though, during the second round of stops. Fittipaldi was first to pit on Lap 34, but Michael Andrettl and Rahal came In as well. Andrettl overshot his pit and stopped in Rahal's as Rahal arrived. Rahal's crew could only push Michael back out and he was forced to come In again. "I thought my crew was Dad's crew and then It was too late," Michael Andrettl said. "1 figured Dad was coming in on the same lap so that was that." However, the time lost was quickly regained when Scott Goodyear backed Into the Turn 11 fence on Lap 35. The Canadian driver escaped with a bruised knee and sore back but inflicted more than $100,000 In damage to the Mackenzie LolaChevy A. That brought out a full-course yellow and allowed the pack to pull behind Fittipaldi. When the race restarted on Lap 42, Unser closed on Fittipaldi and twice made motions to pass. But he couldn't get by and neither could Rahal as Fittipaldi scored his 16th career IndyCar win. Following the top four were Michael's teammate and father, Mario Andrettl; John Andrettl. who salvaged a sixth in the Pennzoil LolaChevy A despite a spin: Danny Sullivan in the Mol-sonKracoSTP GalmerChevy A: Raul Boesel in the Mobil Lola-Chevy A: Scott Pruett in the Budweiser TruesportsChevy A: and Ted Prappas in the PIG '91 LolaChevy A. Sports The Sports Department is responsible for all local and national sports-related news. If you wish to discuss a story or make a suggestion, call the telephone numbers listed here after 2 p.m. weekdays. 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